North of Gràcia, Unesco-listed Park Güell is where architect Antoni Gaudí turned his hand to landscape gardening. It’s a strange, enchanting place where his passion for natural forms really took flight and the artificial almost seems more natural than the natural. The park is extremely popular, and access to the central area is limited to a certain number of people every half-hour – book ahead online (and you'll also save on the admission fee). The rest of the park is free and can be visited without booking.
Lonely Planet. (2017). Park Güell. Recovered from https://www.lonelyplan
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